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Jul 24, 2012 6:00am EDT
capabilities to secure our borders and first responders. u.s. customs and border protection began first looking at drums back in 2004, now cvp owns 10 ues aircraft. the systems have been used to surveilled drug smuggler tunnels, videos, burbridge, risk of flooding and assist with the deployment of national guard resources responding to local flooding. cdp has flown missions in support of the border patrol, texas rangers, u.s. service, fbi and others. the systems have become a force multiplier for military operations and for border security. however, we run the edge of the new horizon. using unmanned aerial systems within the homeland currently are 200 active certificates of operation issue i the federal aviation administration to over 100 different entities such as law enforcement department and academic institutions to fly drugs domestically. this map on the monitor shows the locations of coa recipients as at april 2012. the number of recipients since that time has in fact increased. the faa plans to select 65 cities around the country for the use of nongovernment euros this year and plans to
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Jul 20, 2012 2:00am EDT
we used to say faculty took 80% to. and 200 years ago it makes them in the effective. it is to start on the aspect of the college and university the way academic programs are delivered. you will say a much greater savings. . . for thi hearing. see no objection, mr. duncan, yet no objection to that? i now recognize myself for an opening statement. unmanned aerial systems commonly known as drone has been a game changer for men and women serving in iraq and afghanistan. the systems have provided troops with eyes in the skies have taken the flight to the enemy. to eliminate the most dangerous al qaeda terrorist, drums have increased capabilities to secure our borders and first responders. u.s. customs and border protection began first looking at drums back in 2004, now cvp owns 10 ues aircraft. the systems have been used to surveilled drug smuggler tunnels, videos, burbridge, risk of flooding and assist with the deployment of national guard resources responding to local flooding. cdp has flown missions in support of the border patrol, texas rangers, u.s. service, fbi and
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Jul 19, 2012 6:00am EDT
they do. energy and water which used to be one of the most important subcommittees, most popular, i should say in addition to being important, subcommittees in this body, i was fortunate to serve on that subcommittee for more than a quarter of a century under a great -- under great leaders, domenici, bennett johnson, domenici and i switched back and forth. but the house sent us over here an appropriation bill that has more than 30 riders directed toward e.p.a. type functions alone. i mean they're not serious about doing sage. they're serious about satisfying their tea party and the ridiculous messages they're trying to send. so -- and i would also say one of the problems problems we have we have to fight to get to anything, any legislation. we have to fight to get that done. as you know, we've wasted -- i said weeks earlier. months. trying to get legislation on the floor. so appropriation bills, i wanted to get these done, i'm an appropriator but it's been with the actions of the house unrealistic. mr. mcconnell: what we just heard, madam president, it's not the senate's house, it's the ho
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Jul 25, 2012 7:30am EDT
how well we use the knowledge we have to keep men and women from getting affected and hopefully fulfil a dream for future generations of h i v streamline. i would like to acknowledge the conference organizers for inviting me. my own institutions and all the investigators and everybody with hiv prevention tools, the kenyan prevention revolution which is thinking in this link. i would like to thank all of you for listening to me today. thank you. [applause] >> please welcome dr. stefano bertozzi, director of h i v global health programs at the bill and melinda gates foundation. >> thank you. my distinct pleasure to introduce a long time friend and colleague, bernhardt is director of the evidence innovation and policy where he has been for the last two years. in moved to geneva from beijing where he was the country coordinator and prior to that was at the global fund where he was director of performance evaluation and policy and prior to that director of the w h o hiv department. we met when he was director of the national aids program in lieu of germany. he was trained largely in germany
CSPAN
Jul 25, 2012 2:00am EDT
and their online retailer counterparts. online retailers to maintain a very limited physical presence and use common carriers to fill orders enjoy a competitive advantage over the traditional retailers. this is because most states cannot compel the online retailer to collect and remit its sales tax in the neighborhood of brick and mortar stores must collect and remit taxes on the purchases. moreover, state and local governments to the taxes they cannot collect almost online sales has lost revenue. it's true that online consumers reside the data show that they are easily avoided, rarely paid in the difficult to enforce the decision was based on the observation that compliance with numerous tax interest action laws would be burdensome and confusing. the constitution does not require a physical presence standard as a tax collection criteria. congress may pass legislation that uses a different standard under its power to regulate the commerce. marketplace equity act replaces the physical presence requirement with a requirement that state and local governments significantly simplify their tax poli
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Jul 12, 2012 6:00am EDT
experts it would create about a million jobs. well, what we have before us is something that the republicans in the house have sent us their version of this. it's the help paris hilton legislation. it would give people like her a tax break for doing nothing, nothing. $46 billion of the american people's money to help paris hilton and others. it would give people a tax break for doing nothing, nothing. for my friend, the republican leader public works to talk about small businesses being hurt with the proposal of the president's is not true. as i said in my opening statement, madam president, 98% of the american people would have the benefit of that tax benefit. 97.5% of small businesses would benefit. so, madam president, we're in a situation where my friend talks about the fact that we haven't had enough job creation and i acknowledge that and i certainly that's true and the president acknowledges that. but you see, we have quite a hole to pull ourselves out of. during the prior eight years, eight million jobs plus were lost. and we have filled that hole, more than half
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Jul 13, 2012 6:00am EDT
to the use of energy savings performance contract in the federal government? >> the first time would say is a different way ofoing nokeon he an architect or consulting engineer and go through normal construction chains. it uses design build energy performance criteria to justify the project. it is diffent w odo ec oe wve is a educating agencies how this process works. it is one of the things we should push it. shorten the amount of time. we can get a short amount of orouf t ait nd tapl >> how do you think the bill would help? how would the bill help? rk today status quo don't ta cur 47je $0 ll of projects and we know there are roughly a billion dollars of savings. if it is a priority and to make it as the first method of reducing energy efficicy we now know the ageies have to oat and i ioi to drive innovation. by putting it as a priority we know it will drive the numbers. >> it takes the risk out of it foenans. ey not going to get paid and eat more -- there is risk involved and they are directed to use it as a priority to remove the risk and open the ow. how do you think this can ben
CSPAN
Jul 26, 2012 6:00am EDT
continues to put the pedal to the floor and drive us over the fiscal cliff. the "times" rote that with the economy having slowed in recent weeks, business leaders and policy-makers are growing concerned that the tax increases and government spending cuts set to take effect at year's end have already begun to cause companies to hold back on hiring and investments. that is 100% right. the election is not for another three months. and already the president's lack of direction and the threats emanating from democratic leadership is about letting the tax relief expire are leading businesses to slow down. how can businesses plan for next year? how can they make hiring or investment decisions? when they have no idea what their tax rates are going to be. they simply can't. and the president and senate democratic leadership with their delay and confusion about how to extend this tax relief are doing absolutely nothing to inspire confidence in these job creators. rather than address the expiration of the 2001 and 2003 bipartisan tax relief, we have been debating campaign commercials ma
CSPAN
Jul 20, 2012 6:00am EDT
the corporate income tax rate. he then turned around and withdrew and never gave us a specific proposal, but 18 months ago, i was a small-business owner. i will tell you that what i've found in my small business was my percentage of fixed costs were higher. i did not have the ability to do this the way the other competitors do. the last dollars worth of revenue -- the amount i paid income taxes, -- have you found that to be true? >> that is true. very much so. >> and that is where i am concerned about this anti-profit mentality that some have in washington right now, while our large industries, and i certainly want all of our large industries to be profitable, but it is what we are doing with the small businesses, and this goes with the large eyes. if you use a% of your revenue, and 8% revenue loss would be much greater on her, on her business and employees, so i want to go to you, because you talk about the back of the on the mathematics. you have got approximately an 8% operating margin in your business. is that correct? >> it is closer to 10%, but, yes, sir. >> and your problem is just about
CSPAN
Jul 17, 2012 6:00am EDT
systems that allow us to be rewarded economically for the value that we create. and there's huge value to be created with the money that we have the we have made this commitment. we said that this is our strategy going forward. we believe that it is relentless regardless of what happens legislatively. the market is driving us and we're all in. the tool that we use is clinical integration. there are four or five points. won his primary medical homes. we have been using this for 14, 15 years. primary care. second is patient-centered ehr and i.t. systems. as dr. brenner said, this is not the gazillion dollars i.t. systems that we had about all the time. these can be very simple things th.dave came home one day and sd it would be great if i had the disease registry for this. we can even develop it. so it's not sophisticated expensive stuff. we need basic stuff, and it can provide this enormous amounts of data to do it enormously great work. third is coordination of care. we've invested in the primary care site. each of our primary care clinics have multiple health coaches to assist interpr
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2012 6:00am EDT
colleagues have told me they're regarded with suio eyl hefrnt trd ery us wa lo so eleistme alama, i met 20-year-old martha martha, a young woman raised in e u.s. one late afternoon while driving she was pulled ove she was arrested for driving wit ce jd htaco beke bee s. citizen president was not present their child was taken from the back of the car and turned over to an agency. rithf two ro, ke owis h he was stopped because he was pulling into his mobile home community. one of three other hispanic residents stopped that evening. he was arrested for driving out icen. whelain poioocng an aes wic e togo art profiling hispanics and immigrants is the most efficient way to get someone deported. you can't tell if someone is documeed by the way th oes w t li inca artco nsen mwaai res r icf inundocumented. indeed sadly, senators there are thousands if not thousands of ces lawflyeed u. czend l sis heteat eaeaoln he nsti rts sof h e b deported and then brought back to the united states of america. that's not aold story. that's a story of today. the federal goverent ok st ie t
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2012 7:30am EDT
court. will tt,ha you t y mye p. i tanl he es is ba , pot us hng and we have some areas of disagreement, which i think we need to exore further, buwao k icly . ahiavor yoxcntk t s awornt and thank the chairman and substituting chairman for their tolerance and patience. i tnk y allll thai. 'sto >> you know, i think i need the ad -- i have a right to the rema st, d't >>, yodo >>ortei a poeno goto myst aheu'et gaanu'e ai aetry respect being called the chairman. thank you, senator blumenthal. everyone here has talked about thmpnc opio o w orntfi coitthsendt seems everyone agrees it racial profiling can undermine trust in the authorities and can cause resentment among targete groups nna om age la omamens in my opinion, no community was more upset when thhern t so-acaadne toomndconvolved with al shabaab. when i talked to both the fbi director muller and more importantly when i went back to the twinitieand lkedo eci a ge th bsahae li community had been cooperative in fbi investigations. and i think it was because of actually very good police work and
CSPAN
Jul 10, 2012 6:00am EDT
. we already had a millionaire's tax which brought us up to 8.7%. this proposal was for a surcharge on top of that to raise it to 10.75% which will then place us only below hawaii before california caught up quickly. i vetoed that tax increase because i thought it was not good. you know the senate president came down before with the bill delivered to me, cameras following him and gave it to me and said here it is and they call it something. they always have a name for it. they never called it a tax increase. the justice for all act. that sounds good. just sign right here. so i said wait a second. i don't want you to waste your time. i took out my pen and handed it back to him and we went ahead and continue to push for our budget which they said would be dead on arrival without the tax surcharge and that june with democratic votes, 99.8% of the line items as i present them, i tell you those stories to set up the idea about what executive leadership can do. if you set out your principles but also show that you are willing to compromise where appropriate. they were testing me in the fi
CSPAN
Jul 11, 2012 7:30am EDT
service to our capital city. when the new rail franchises are a portion in august, will he use his good office to ensure this government does everything possible to ensure this is connected to our capital city? >> my honorable friend always speaks up. he's right that wendy's franchises are looked at there are opportunities to make the case before investment and for more services, and i'm sure the operation and others will listen to what he said today. >> thank you, mr. speaker. my constituents is recovering from cancer but she has had -- the government consultation on changing this rule, when are we going to suggest is for the 7000 cancer patients in this situation? >> i've looked carefully at this case and i know she has not had a response from the minister about this issue. as she knows there are two types of eesa. one where there's permanent support, and is not means tested, and another weather is means testing after a year. what we're doing is making sure that more people with cancer are getting more help and more treatment and i think that is very important. and i think is absolute
CSPAN
Jul 25, 2012 6:00am EDT
the hardest name for all of us to say, that of 6-year-old veronica moser-sullivan. i think the presiding officer has seen the photo of her with an ice cream cone in hand, delight on her face, ice cream on her nose. and i guess maybe what we could do is each take the time to enjoy an ice cream cone, maybe leave that ice cream on our nose for a little bit and remember her. in honor of these victims, i filed a congressional resoluti resolution, senate congressional resolution 53, along with my colleague, the presiding officer, senator bennet. congressmaan identical resolutin filed in the u.s. house of representatives and the resolution among many things strongly condemns the atrocities which occurred in aurora, offers condolences to the families' friends and loved ones of those killed in the attack and expresses hope for the rapid and complete recovery of the wounded. applauds the hard work and dedication exhibited by the hundreds of local, state, and federal officials, and others who offered their support and assistance. and last but certainly not least, it honors th the resiliee of the ci
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Jul 31, 2012 6:00am EDT
use and to hear about drug policy in other countries and to discuss it at wang. what works and what the obstacles each country faces and the best path forward in the twenty-first century. as i sat with drug policy leaders from across the globe by realize our areas of agreement far outweighed our differences. we were all united in pursuing drug policies that are balanced, realistic and focus on public health and safety of our citizens. leading up to the conference there was considerable discussion in the media here and in latin america of about uruguay's move to legalize -- the statements from advocacy groups would have suggested worldwide legalization movement was a foot and before the conference it wasn't clear what kind of tone the peru summit would take. problems caused by drugs in latin america are frustratingly complex but the public discourse on these issues for lives around the simplicity of sound bites. a drug problem is complex and requires a complex solution. i was pleased to see the world's leaders in drug policy agree on a three pronged approach and although it doesn't w
CSPAN
Jul 27, 2012 6:00am EDT
to be the root cause of concerns of that plant. >> you will be sharing that with us? is that early september? >> i don't have a specific date. we will get back to you with more information. >> yield back. >> the chair recognizes mr. dingell for five minutes. >> thank you for your courtesy. these questions for chairman macfarlane. i have concerns related to part 52 licensing process for group facilities. it is my understanding this process is intended to provide construction and operating license through the same review and streamline previous part 50 process. when the first round of part 52 license applications came into the nrc in 2007 hyphenate the stated goal was to complete the reviews in 36 months. since that time the time has been raised to 42-48 months and it seems many are headed for 6 the month review. this is occurring even as there are less applications in the review pipeline. my question to you is is the nrc committed to these reviews in an expedited manner, yes or no? >> the nrc is committed to completing these reviews as the efficiently as possible. >> thank you. there has been
CSPAN
Jul 3, 2012 6:00am EDT
a nysuatsr e urn economy, as well as the measures he talks about? on the banking regulator, how would he use his popularity and ec l safuaurope to sure benow tin pot is the single market? he then talked, mr. speaker, about the patent officech haoha ohi e stt d e ln is a plomic triumph for an office that ended up being based in paris. [laughte on the zone, it isco nieabee t sth areq? e armanyeaso to believe that is not the case. finally, on europe and the prime minister's positionor should i cat ee h p? [lte understanwhy people wanted in a referendum. i don't think it is the right thing to do." hours later- a code deere cd he ren sunday, the prime minister hints he might rulen it theorei sta- sethab -sa ator benches should not be yelling when the prime minister is speaking. same with the government back benches. atder. atths go ma. >> he went on television to say, "the prime minister is not changing o position." ree fiitaso,n as tit m. in the gernment's position, yes or no? second, he talks about a refendum being connected to loan o-oiotiati of p d tten nowhere. [laughter] ec now saying tha
CSPAN
Jul 18, 2012 7:30am EDT
that are secular and very diverse, and by having u.s. outside and and the west outside with of all decisions like al qaeda and other organizations that have no support in a country like syria. >> if they don't have any support they won't survive i think him and he will be -- you do have a crisis but i think america is trying to pick winners. and i think this has been on onf them basically been one of america's very difficult problems, because we used, we did what we're doing in syria and afghanistan in the 1980s which is to go 50/50 with the saudis, do a sort of sharing program of funding the mujahedin to bring down the regime we don't like. we have given the syrians missiles yet but we could get there. the point is how we ended up with al qaeda and that has terrified i think the u.s. and the regime. so you're al qaeda question is important in the sense that i think it does govern the thing about america's going to do. this is clearly sent to syria to say to not let islamic extremist, we've got to pick some winners. a major outcome of the friends of syria meeting in istanbul several months ago wa
CSPAN
Jul 6, 2012 6:00am EDT
? this is going to be importt in ann use arow sadess btoer lpoint about convincing world we are going to stay. there i no more imrtant point absudi iafantan haitki aase p r strategic view that we will not stay and tha afghanistan will crumble and take care of contry inres. thctf ony age tll searcuerng we are such a major player in afghanistathat everyone takes a position on what we think we ieorg here de te tihe we will bailout -- they don't worry whether the afghan army is going win but whether it will be strong enough not to lo we ninngowth rggowar.a pf we may run out of national commitment. i hope we don't because we wi pay a serious price for that ani iies en ino sa level sufficient to not lose because that changes the entire nacanaanon otde meut every year will look uncertain so that we will never reap the strategic etoo tt. a thefft the fact remains that in the usaid program and politics and the military our abilityo ojadsoing normy rtanitepes fhaas ayonhiere projecting at right. when general allan doesn't know how many troops he will have in 2013 or what hegpl ased014ree wnnes tth er
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Jul 5, 2012 6:00am EDT
, did they compel us to spend may be $tron atbrta hin out imctoaglmen infal qeda with hoible images uploading this into cyberspace having an immediate global impact, it advanced thing the propaganda of al qaedandheir aes ecerav al evec.utma a atglck o bl to infect thousands, tens of thousands, maybe more computer systems around the world? eds ese aplo pothhemm o jun terms of threats and risks but also opportunities. who would have thought someone wobee i apa keaoo inw pe individuals, small companies, entities, that facebook and other social dia ed hbebl eer qu adtsowe usy fct in's celerated. the second variable is the role of nonstate year's. when we used totnba wa nioat nn- ar a been irregular forces of course, always irregular warfare, but more often than not today when we think about threats to the riwelg ttes we thinko ns aurl a, ol,hearrake uth our border and within the united states, these ansnatnal cartels. yeirenuosfroa aneiownen t just in mexico, the u.s. and central america but the reach goes to centl african year. and nonstate actor. e mathxas. tlsnrss, npts, clergy, me
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Jul 6, 2012 2:00am EDT
>>. wucspelee us. think of ourself as a professional school. and so i have to ask, . whdithiof. methn fena evha ns ig thss contested terain in the sense at -- [inaudible] >> hadn't go to colegeor upthhcegk e y.ojoal he tidncn yf right kind of a person, you can get a, you know, barroom stool argument going over the neceity ofjournalism struion. en m tyo t retinou as really been thrown overboard. no one, almosno one in the news business any longer can afford toave someone ont ol lhe e s.ed rn t niolof newspapers andnews oriented mag zones and such has been xported and taken out of the news room d only inthiitnt oljna. he-hotofhe jolis sort of -- in his own mind, exalted figure in acngtde af opposed to somebody d cer th abirhyharulr he made a forceful argument in a series of articles he wrote in the 1890s about the necessi co molid, sin could understand, you know, the bigger government, the more colicated corporations, the whole changing scene. desed th letharon i the hifting weather and the dangers that face society g ho ehe d e economics, or how to read chinese or something specific like t
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Jul 7, 2012 2:00am EDT
alone on this. and enoupublish t mnda wodpo yopea,han anou d tr m k f ngic those of us who sometimes feel voiceless. dindhihauresponse ge mehe yo wd atrewa community out there that would say the same. >> host: another e-mail from janvegonthis from lda i toea li, o freshly-broken heart to the truth that reading like -- reading the likes of sherwin wofuokdold hopeedn ar thstfe.cr dey w o we allowed me to internaliza person's loss and keep them alive in my everyday life. aus yot,e orn tland is one of untaheldlus >>ste mnt s inou a mnat ad fquently cio me. it was a cumn that i wrote after my sister-in-law died about the nature of grief. ned'ooho h, ifrom erwi cn. s tav pde la pplorhich i'm deeply grateful. and i do have to say, you know, i said earlier, you know, i hate to wri, it drives me crazy, al i t oat wg . abwrg hau agsoatxa,f eare numberf times in this new bok where through words i invoke my mother. en wha sloniv . toabo hae e aowh o. >> host: '94, that's 16 years ago. somebody still remembers do you get that from time to time? leoninny g s thlif t b mentioit. >> host: do you en
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Jul 24, 2012 2:00am EDT
of has achieved. that gets us to the critical question the role the u.s. could play in the uprising. . .
CSPAN
Jul 10, 2012 2:00am EDT
online also of those from c-span who cared joining us this morning. mexico howled a historic election july 1st. historic that we will discuss but it appears to have resulted in the election of a new president of mexico. . .
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Jul 18, 2012 6:00am EDT
that if you give syrians time, a leadership will emerge. using a holy civil society been created. out of a desert in a sense. he of all the new committees
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Jul 26, 2012 2:00am EDT
with us today and to thank wes bush and the northrop rum and team for their sponsorship. i just want to announce that on september 18 the world affairs counsel will be back in this building for a luncheon with charles bolden, the director, the administrator of nassau and we hope to see you all then. thank you. [inaudible conversations]
CSPAN
Jul 17, 2012 2:00am EDT
, should be for us to, you know move much more rapidly as we can to consolidate these sorts of changes, and ultimately, you know you've now heard the vision. i'm not going into detail about the obstacles along the way but you have a sense of what measures we could take. ..
CSPAN
Jul 28, 2012 2:00am EDT
tired of talking about disparity which is a difference i always encourage us when i am speaking that they should not be the gold standard because they are not doing that good either but if we shift the dialogue to help health the communities, and cities, we can play a different part to solve these problems. in my neighborhood you don't have the chicken shack or the liquor store. looking at into so people can feel safe i believe this standard should be held the city's wage equal healthy women to have healthy baby is. . .
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Jul 27, 2012 2:00am EDT
. if i could just ask one more question. a lot of community banks are in here lobbying us about the transaction account guarantee. i think it expires at year end. i if you look at a transaction account, it doesn't take much activity to be -- to have a transaction account. if you have excessive reserve with money markets paying almost nothing and you can move into a transaction account that's fully guaranteed, i think there's already been tremendous flight into transaction accounts for this reason because it's fully insured, i would just love to have your thoughts as we consider this at year end. should we continue to extend full guarantees on transaction accounts, full guarantees, or should we end government involvement in that way? >> very good question. the relevant parts are thinking through that question now. it is not -- our judgment has been it's not necessary to extend it. that's the judgment of the relevant authority so far. this is an issue and concern to many people and we'll look at those concerns carefully. >> a section of your report addresses housing finance reform
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Jul 19, 2012 2:00am EDT
foot that bill. for sending those jobs overseas. every time u.s. companies ship jobs or facilities overseas, american taxpayers help cover the moving costs. the bring jobs home act would end these disgraceful subsidies for outsourcing and comblif give a 20% tax credit for moving back to the united states. but republicans are filibustering this commonsense legislation. it's no surprise republicans are on the side of corporations. corporations making big bucks sending american jobs to china and india and other places. after all, their presidential nominee, mitt romney made a fortune outsourcing jobs also. so republicans are putting breaks for corporations and multimillionaires ahead of the needs of ordinary americans and what most americans need is a good job, a job here at home and the assurance that taxes won't go up. democrats, republicans and independents across the country agree with our plan. it's only republicans in congress who disagree. yet republicans here in congress in the senate are filibustering the legislation to bring jobs back to america. and they've twice blocked a
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Jul 12, 2012 2:00am EDT
at the top." end of quote. so i call on my republican colleagues to help us give 98% of american families the certainty and the security they need and to do it now, right away. i call on them to help us pass a tax cut that will benefit the middle class without bankrupting our nation, because it's time we faced facts. we're serious about reducing the deficit, we can't keep handing out more tax breaks to the richest of the rich. we'll have to make difficult decisions about where to cut and where to invest to keep our nation strong. whether we keep taxes low for middle-class families shouldn't be one of the difficult decisions we make. i haven't heard anyone, democrat, republican, independent say we should raise taxes on middle-class families. i have not heard anyone say that. this is an area where we can easily find common ground. so what's stopping us from doing the right thing and doing it now? i hope it won't be more republican hostage taking on behalf of the top 2%. mr. mcconnell: madam president? the presiding officer: the republican leader. mr. mcconnell: earlier this week, the presid
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Jul 5, 2012 2:00am EDT
to make clear why, bti us a ofataeno t wa a question for four years, namely why in the world did anybody of any good sense want itprseovtisw tqti orei fr ry me, amusing account of how the 18 minute gap, which wasa famous detiofromne o h selyent isju delightful. and the neatest part of it is you don't have to be a watergate ff. srblntal veir aem and it's, on top of being a significant novelistic achievement, and it's also just a damn gd , myiruenr doureto omas? thomas mallon is a renowned historical novelist. he's written aboutrf cis menh. t qioi , w draw you towhat is probably been the most so cedidin, reportedo,n icrenths? el i think probably two things. i live in washington, and -- >> excuseme. i live rihcost etm rgs afda od ay eet omu ndsot always crosses my mind. but more than anythinglse, it has to have been nixon. in that the was nobody hulu and agrovrww rid n.an asfn. hee s . te time, i was in diapers during the 52 campaign. irioeenc veitas wertravrd ina io lod experience counts button. [laughter] my father would pssionately, pro-nixon and i. ha eksnyeigh60 llougrs ht n,tein't
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Jul 14, 2012 2:00am EDT
year old materials. celialornia t question. td. dngh ttrl fukushima certainly reminds us of what threats in active site as is japan. being california and iis the gayutiabau are types f emt investigate before policymakers make a decision to move forward. that's all we ask for in california and what we suggested the nrc they think about for a period not a bad idea for the people as el ildliooehns later. sjoberg ben, you cover the industry. what are the key issues? >> well, i think we are a nati divided and it comes to nuclear energy. ima,iyu hts going on within the nrc itself, following fukushima, the task force came up with recommendations, making plans face her across the country and fapph thheey ithe mmonmiseower brooch with industries, more in the camp of any i. and not completely blew up hi year. the other comissis ed yao ulg. wn ugly debate within the congress and he said basically in that what the other comssioners were doing was putting the safety of the public amalcehe icoun cost -- pray should not be a fact here. i think the real issue right now is the old plans that we
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Jul 4, 2012 2:00am EDT
qut and call us and realizes that some of his predecessors to have that permission is incredib shrewd abt wo he's oraenli essmte wwain hemeo a,t toay mee- phone buddies isn't just to talk about foreign policy. he wants to talk about how to orgaze hay how ie ths angt n ongetngoi ofur trentim is the most scarce and precious than he has. he wanted to know if he was using up well. and the first month of the presidency he wasn sae sal n tay ho iis hc swaotolbceled beban gaut sa0 yersers still an impossible challenge. >> when we interviewed clinton about this, he said one of his most prized possessions of eing est trix d h mntre nidin a 94 n jugoous ia ugohu ch. he had gone d there remain seet msion ison t at efterpk es e aggl splte tasked clinton if we could have been in to receve anything now but he said that he told i was done in ways tt hed aazle. rdedt. hetemeg i ho ykn heda eead it every year. when nixon died in 1994 and the clton hiehseannod edathmusd s eresiminth we ed his mother, similar, not the same. i often find myse
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Jul 3, 2012 2:00am EDT
are using the full force of the law in dealing with that. onhe second, i want establish the rlnt inquirinvoing thse chd heirof thmmtrry kevie r a will have full access to papers, officials, and misters, including ministers as special advisers from the last government. d ilen be vent teses netoitb properly. mr. speaker, the chancellor will be making a full stement, but this is the right approach, because it will be able start une hiusndl itl to t klo an n hnsin >> ed miliband. >> mr. speaker, i am grateful to the imminister for his eam,nd on the agics frfgstalur thouts w anief sors ncd. e rdsonga tisreope day in and day out, and ha our duty to do everything we can to protect them. let me start with his nome on the bag tif w recognitio but i have to say to him, mr. speaker, i am not convinced by his way forward, because i do nk--distguish,sures up t politicians in this getting bankers will not command the respect of the british people people a understandably angry to bng csis, anks let them number of a select committee reports into the banking crisis, and i areciate that cotawi
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